As a family of believers, one of our main focuses is to further our own and each other's relationship with God. Are you ready to make a commitment to serve God’s kingdom by your prayers, your presence, your gifts, your service, and your witness? We would love to sit down and talk with you about joining our congregation!
Meet the Pastor
Do I have to be baptized to join?
You may join the Morrison United Methodist Church in one of several ways: profession of faith and baptism, transfer of membership, or reaffirmation of membership. Talk with the pastor about becoming a member of The United Methodist Church. The pastor will be able to answer your questions and help you discern what next steps to take.
Pastor Hagen Jackson 405-626-0723 firstname.lastname@example.org
What are the expectations of members?
Members of all United Methodist churches are asked to commit to the following categories of Christian living.
Prayers: Members commit to pray for our church, our community and our world.
Presence: Members commit to be present in worship and other opportunities where they can grow in their faith.
Giving: Members commit to financially support the mission and ministry of the church through regular offering.
Service: Members commit to find a place where they can serve and be a part of the work that the church is doing locally, regionally and around our world.
Witness: Members commit to living and sharing a life of faith that reflects their commitment to Christ.
All members of the United Methodist Church are baptized Christians, which means that when you come to join, you may do so with a profession of faith which will include a time of baptism. If you have already been baptized, you may join our church family at any time.
What about my kids?
We take very seriously our commitment to partner with families in the process of nurturing children into Christian faith. We believe it is one of the most important things we do as a community of faith. Children who join our church with their families are called constituent members in anticipation of Confirmation, a 10-week class for our 6th graders (or older students who have not been through Confirmation) taught by our pastors where they are introduced to the basics of Christian faith and church membership. At the conclusion of confirmation, these young people are confirmed as full members of our church.